Three New Grammid Fishes from the Caribbean Sea
The grammid fish genus Lipogramma Böhlke has consisted until now of three little known species, L. anabatoides Böhlke, L. klayi Randall, and L. trilineata Randall all restricted to parts of the tropical western Atlantic. Descriptions of three new species are given in this paper: L. evides Robins and Colin, L. regia Robins and Colin, and L. rosea Gilbert. A color plate is included showing L. regia and L. klayi in life. New distributional data and other notes are provided for the previously known species and a key to the identification of all species is given.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1979
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